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Faculty and Staff|Wyoming Institute for Disabilities

Sandy Hubert, M.A.

Sandy Hubert is the facilitator for the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND) Community of Practice for Transition (CoP-T) Secondary to Post-Secondary Education, Employment and Independent Living group.  In 2013, she served as project coordinator for the WIND Community of Practice for Transition.  WIND, in collaboration with the Wyoming Department of Education, developed three groups who identified, planned and recommended improved transition processes in order to increase success for students who receive special education or related services.  Sandy also worked for WATR’s Professional Learning Community for Assistive Technology (AT-PLC).

Sandy has a background in communication, public relations, marketing and education.  She has an A.A.S. degree in marketing and management.  She graduated from the University of Wyoming with a B.A. in communication and an M.S. in outdoor recreation and tourism.  She taught Recreation and Tourism classes at the University of Wyoming for two years and taught English for Speakers of Other Languages, GED courses and Adult Basic Education classes at the Albany County Campus of Laramie County Community College for ten years.

Sandy has been in Laramie for 25 years and has an adult son with special needs who received services through ARK Regional Services and lives in a group home in Laramie.  She is also on the board of the WATR Assistive Technology Advisory Committee.

Contact

E-mail: shubert1@uwyo.edu
Phone: (307) 766-2935

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